Dan Hubert, CEO and Founder of Breed Reply Portfolio company AppyWay, is leading a new initiative to reduce congestion and lower emissions in Birmingham. Using low latency 5G networks, vehicle information is collected, then transmitted to AppyWay for analysis using artificial intelligence. Read more about AppyWay's inclusion in ericsson's list of top 25 people and teams working at the forefront of 5G innovation.
Smart electric vehicle (EV) charging bays could soon be issuing fines of up to £70 to drivers misusing the spaces — such as by parking diesel or petrol cars in them. Built by Breed Reply Portfolio company, AppyWay, the smart bays' sensors are capable of detecting the presence of parked vehicles.
New funding will support organic growth, strategic acquisitions, further technological investment and international scalability. Existing blue-chip investors include Hyundai Motor Company, Sumitomo Corporation and Aviva Ventures.
The average motorist in the UK spends four days a year just looking for a parking space, wasting time and causing congestion. Auto Express put seven apps to the test to see which makes finding, and even paying for, a parking space easiest, with Appyway coming out on top.
Under a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), West Midlands 5G (WM5G) and Vodafone are collaborating to develop advanced 5G-enabled technologies to improve travel in the region.
AppyWay, Europe’s most awarded intelligent kerbside and smart parking firm has today announced the appointment of ex local government, smart city champion Kim Smith to AppyWay’s advisory board.
AppyWay, Europe’s most awarded intelligent kerbside and smart parking pioneer, has welcomed ex Cisco UK & Ireland CEO Phil Smith CBE to its board to serve as Non-Executive Chairman
AppyParking stood out thanks to its slick and friendly user interface!
The project has uncovered significant opportunities to both relieve the inconvenience endured by Local Authority officers that manage TROs and deliver substantial operational efficiencies.
Just over three weeks since the launch of Harrogate's first 'smart parking app,' initial reports show it has been downloaded just over 7,000 times.
Since being launched in January, AppyParking – first of its kind in the UK – has been downloaded over 7,000 times.
As smart parking has already become the future of parking, many companies are thriving in this segment.
At least 1800 Appy Parking sensors have now been installed in all of our parking bays across the centre.
AppyParking’s Smart City Parking solution is now fully available to Harrogate residents.
Using technology provided by U.K. tech startup AppyParking, Harrogate Borough Council and the North Yorkshire county authority have launched an innovative “one-click parking” solution.
A smart parking system for the centre of Harrogate, which district and county council authorities say will offer an economic boost to the town, has officially launched.
Calderdale Council is introducing a new smart parking system in Halifax, allowing people to find spaces more easily and pay by card.
Parking in Harrogate town centre is set to become easier in the new year with the launch of a new smart parking system that is the first of its kind in the UK.
A Harrogate-based parking trial will now be opened up across the whole of the town in what will be a first for the country.
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Connected parking apps are becoming more prominent as partnerships with local councils and manufacturers is "on the rise"
Having realised how broken Britain’s parking system is, Dan Hubert decided to do something about it. The result was AppyParking.
Finding somewhere to park in a busy town centre can be stressful and inconvenient, but these parking apps can help.
Want to make parking in the city centre easier? You need to get one of these free smartphone apps.
The UK’s National Infrastructure Commission has identified the three Cs – Congestion, Capacity and Carbon – as holding back UK productivity.
The former Startups Awards finalist will use the latest injection of funds to expand the number of UK cities it covers - as the app looks to go nationwide.
London startup AppyParking has raised £2.25m in funding from Aviva Ventures and Breed Reply.
British tech start-up aims to raise tens of millions of pounds to build a complete map of parking spaces to allow driverless cars to find a spot and put wardens out of business.